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This legislative session will be a short one.
Last week the Kirkland Reporter published a letter to the editor expressing concern about upcoming improvements to Edith Moulton Park. The City of Kirkland cares… Continue reading
HOT lanes will always increase congestion on general purpose lanes
Will you miss Red Apple?
Democrats now have an opportunity and an obligation to show voters that they can lead.
The proposed measures prioritize overcrowding, education, safety, technology and maintenance.
The measures would provide more classroom space and ensure teachers have resources they need to help kids succeed.
Kirkland fills largest Nourishing Network appeal, helping school children and their families | Guest editorial
A thank you from Kirkland Nourishing Network
Happy New Year!
Tips on how to be more green in the new year.
A socialist approach to health care.
Is chivalry dead?
Be open to your friends and family expressing differences of perspective.
Dear Editor, Mayor Walen, Deputy Mayor Arnold, and Councilmembers Sweet, Marchione and Nixon, have taken a stand for common sense and the future of our… Continue reading
This week’s cartoon.
The final column of KCLS’s interim director, Stephen A. Smith.
Do you want a single-payer or a Medicare-for-all system?
How can we focus on our common values and work together for them?
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